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web site and tell us what you think. sound off through facebook, accepted us a tweet at fox baltimore, text the news at 10:00. >>> long tiie maryland senator curryypleads thought uilty to morning. ppince georges county democrat is accused of accepting almost quarttr million dollars from the exchange forrhis influence in annapplis. he was named in an 18 count indictment earlier this month which included charges of bribery and mail fraud. >> senntorrkerry is 73 years old. he has canccr. he has otherraaout seriouu health issues. and as anyooe can well imagine this ii horrible, horrible strain on him. >>reporter: the judge orderrd curry to surrender is passport to federal authorities. trial is expected to take place next summer. >>> questions still remain surrounding the gunman who opened fire t johns hopkiis hospital on thursday. crime and justice reporter joy ii liveeat hopkins and teels us police are still investigating the shootings tonight. lots of questions to be answered. looking for a lot offanswers even a day after the shooting that took place hereeat hhpkins. with t
ssowers begin to move in for the southern part of the state, later in the day and for thh rest of us later this evening and overnight as well. ccld front from the west will also help bbing us the heaay3 -ain. we alreaay have a flash-flood watch, not for what we're expecting so much. it continues until tomorrow night untill9:00 p.m. you see the most area the in that region and the area na is noo nder a flooddwatch to the eastern shore. some locations more than that, flooding definit definitely a possibility for tomorrow. toddy mostly dry at he us stop.3 we will see the temperatures climb from the 50s to showers aae on the way and heavy we will talk moreein a feww3 minutes about that system. lauren, gooddmorning.3 >> reporter: good morningg steve. so far so good n the roads.3 we are loooing at liveespeeds s we take a live look at the northeast cooridor of 95. just south offtheebeltway you will see cars on the roads. if you're traveling on southbound, yyu're ooking at a speed of 54 miles per hour.geú through the unnels, you're looking attan average speed of 55 milee ppr hoou. no prob
winds for us in the ocean city area.ú as you can see high rainnat cap3 hatteras. att175 miles,,it's projected to stay offshoree that doesn't mean we won't be getting strong winds around here. we will be watching this closely. tropical storm warning is likely wind watch. winds are not reported as that strong. toward salisbury the closeet station we have at 9 iles per3 hour of thattissexpected to pick up through thhemorning hours. otherwise, temperature wise, 70s and ww will head toward the 80 degrees and that should another warm one. we willltalk aboot imppovements foo evvrybody and what the rest of he week has in store as well. right now let's check in with lauren cooke on the track edge. lauren.ú >> reporter: steve, thank you. so far so good, take a look at the northeast corridor. not tto many cars out there out just yet but those that are moving justtfine. if you're taveling south, you're looking at a 4-minute all is cleer traveling through the unnell from the fort you're looking at a minut!9-mine %-patrice, back to you. >>> today we have been talking about all week,,h
a really bad trend with wage growth. the u.s. labor market has seen a broad base collapse of wage growth over the last two years. the hot button topic of social security has people talking.in chicago protestors against privatizing social security and members of the tea party movement voiced their views.while stumping at a political fundraiser for a tea party candidate republican congressman paul ryan- talked to the crowd about moving medicare and social security away from full government control. " it's not to say i got it all figured out here all the only ideas it is to say america it is not too late to fix these problems it is not too late to turn the corner health retirement security while paying off our national debt making the next generation better off." outside demonstrators showed signs of fear that a government that would put social security in the hands of wall street would be creating a huge risk." this is my understanding that the federal law states that a the first obligation is to the shareholders so if they take over social security they would not have any obligation
's any rain on the forecast over the next several days, because we canncerttinly use3 yesterddy was onto nearly enough. let's see what is happeninggon the roadways, lauren cooke is here to see the commute thhs morning. >> we do have a big accident on 95, involving three tractor traiieess -ou cceck a take a liie look, it has shutdown the northbound lanes at the chesapeake area. you want to stick with rrute 40 as an alternate route. as you make your way to the souuhbound area, traveling southbound, yoo're looking the a 4-minute drive, withhan average ú%eed of 54 miles per hour. all is clear on the beltway, traveeing from 95 toward 83, you're looking at an 11-minute ride. and the west side will remain you're looking at an 11 minute speed average speed the 55 miles pee hour. ú%ck to you. >>> 5:31 on fox 45 early edition. the murder trial or three men accused of gunning down former city councilman ken harris begins todayy -o be heard this morniiggxpected megan gilliland is live from the wiih the latest on the ttial that many are saaing coold last more than a month. good morning, megan. >>
>> a superbug is now spreading. where it can be found in the u.s. and worries about mutttion. -> and paris hilton kicked out of japan. why immigratioo gave her the boot. >> live, in high definitioo, from wbff tv in ballimore, this -ssfoxx45 news "late edition". >> heelo again, i am jennifer gilbert. >> and i will jeff barndd if you drive in the baltimore area this may come as no >> the area has some of the worst roads in the country. but now a new study reveals what bad roadd areecosting you. jeff abell has the price tagg >> liiten closely. to the sounds of frustration. >> potholes are unrepaired. you have some people that may not see it in the last minute. they shift over and there is an are in poor condition. in tte country..3 >> streets are bumpy and everything. but man it will cost me some money. >>>there is a price to pay for rough roads. forever see the results of all of those bumps in the roads. >> one time this lady hit a pothole and lose control and hit somebody else. >> and cost of repairs is soaring. in fact, the same study by the transportation research groou esti
is very happy with the response of thee3 and this is an opportunity for us to look at what systems aar in plaae nd make sure that god forbid a situation like this happens again, we would be best preeared. have meetings every quarter to address security at majoo institutions. >> and earlier today, baltimore police searched the home of the man that shot the hookins doctor, his own mother. -hen himself. jeaa davis and her son paul, livvd in this arlington virginia home. police are looking for clues ú%out his meetal state leading up to the shootinn. >> an east baltimore neighborhood fightiig back tonight against drug dealers accused of taking verra playground. keith daniels is standdng by live at he park where local churches and city hall have all joined in the city clean up effort. keiih? >>well, jeff, live on aiken street at lafayette avenue, a spot looking more like a play ground. ú%ke a look behind me over here. it is another kind of game happening heee at this hour in a place where they say, that the drug game dominated the court. it is children and the playground tonight. part o
us. in comes a chance of ú%inshowers, and a lot of it staying orth. high pressure builds in. upper 70s through low 80s through tuesdaa. possible showers late tomorrow into friday early. we'reekeeping an eye on the tive tropics and iior, julia and karl as they makeetheir way across what is happening on the roadways this morningg here is lauren cooke ith a traffic dge check out. ú%eck, check, i guess i would say, lauren. >> reporter:: yeah, steve, we dd have problems on 95 if youu3 are using that to get into the citt. watch out for a disabled trash truck. and here is of a live look at the key bridge where we're dealing with an acccdeet along the innnr loop. it's leading to quite a bit of loop, though, through theuter parkville areaa no problems to report from 95 to 88, you're look at an 11-minute rideewith ú% average speed of 54 miles per -our. %--rom 795 to 95, that driie wil take you 11 minutes with an average speed of 54 miles per hour. no problems o report on 95, ffom whitemarsh boulevard to the beltway you're looking at a high of 55 for the aveeage speed of 55 miles per hou
about anytting you wwnt.3ú let us know what is on your mind and your response could air in our ffcebook feedback seggent. always an interestinn segment. go tt ffxbaltimore.coo/bbltimore to oin in on the conversation and become a fan. >>> we need to get checkee in now with meteorologist steve fertig to see what we can expect >> yeah, it starts very nice today like yesterday. a little breezy but comfortable, upper 70s aad nice day ffr sunday.efore in rain is in >> this ii football weathhr, it's about time. -p>> it could cool off. that's what it's going to do next week. it's going to be cooler still. -e will give you that in the seven-day orecast in a ew ú%nutee..3 63 degrees in baltimore, buu in saaisbury -- 51 in salisbury chiily there. a ice day, high pressure bringing us the nicc day toddy ú% it slides off to the east. the next front comes in from the remnants from hermine a lot of -oissure, leaves he remnants for a shower. by sunday later in the day the front pushes through. late today and tommrrow, and showerr on sunday, especially i3 the morning, and then a sunny period of ti
and into the our region. ocean to ell us if the torm i3 good morning, megan. >> reporter: hurricane earl certainly impacting oceanncity now at this hour this morning. we're certainly feeling the wind gusts sweeping through the boardwalk here, enoug now rrachg 18 miles an hour here. the thing about this wind, it's consistentlyypushing hrough. thh big thinggwe're starting to notice is the rain that is of course, coming down on the sidewalks at this point. visibility veey, very low. a lot of misttin hh air, a lot of sand and rain coming own. it's certainly hard to see in this. really conditions changing minute bb minute hhre in cean city.3 as far as when it's going to hit the crust of it and when it will come from north carolina. to tell whether it will be asaad strong as t was thhre. as far as sense of dama danger e boardwalk, we're seeing people iispite the wind and the rain a lot of people sitting out here on the boardwalk. if they're going to bb sitting here an hour or so, that will be the question because things are changiig to minute. >>> the spon teams wil!! respone rrady to ear
about that we are certainly in a holding pattern. i think one of the things that has us stuck in here today of course is we are dealing with the expiration of the stock index futures, stock- index options and stock options as well. a lot of traders here like nothing better than a slow steady expiration. it is a lot easier to figure out what options are exercised and what options are assigned. going forward it certainly seems like this indecision about elections, the economic uncertainty probably keeps us stuck in a range until we get a better idea. we do have earnings coming up, hopefully they will provide better support for the market but it seems a lot of traders expect that we have seen the worst here, that we have had a slow down and that's about as worse as things are going to get here at this moment. we would certainly like to see some improvement on the employment data and the housing data. we have a gold reaching another high and it is probably because of this uncertainty we have going. no doubt about it the economic uncertainty, the currency volatility as well have been pret
into the 990 yesterday, and lightning strikes last night that left us with a little moisture, nough that we may see some fog in places. 60 degrees is what we got starting out and mild and 70s in other spots. downtown 74 degrees, and 77 in d.c. and 68 in salisbury and hagerstown and oakland at 64. stormy weather moving out of delaware and into the a atlantic ocean. to the wft a couple of showers in pennsylvania but that won't bother us. the heattmay bother, and you humidity will be climbing too, winds shifting at 5 to 10. take a look at the weekend forecast in a few minutes, but ú%ght now lauren cooke has the good morning, lauren. >> reporter: good morning, steve. while we start the day on trouble att 95, where we are dealing with a crash at you approach interstate 95. fortunately the northeast corridor of 95 is ice and clear nothing to get in your way on mountain road. you'rr looking at a 5-minute ride with an average speed of 55 miles per hour. the beltway in problems to report there, thaa is goiig to speed of 54 miles per hourrasge well. 795 to 95, therr you're look the an 11 -- excuse
and he damp being left behind. >> good evening. >> the remnant of tropical storm nicole hit us very hard and more rain ahead. >> we have team coverage of the wickkd weather. keith live in baltimore county with the flooding situation in rose dale and karen parks is live in mount washington where all the waterris causing trouble ffr some businesses. >> first let's now go to vytas with the rain total so ffr tooay. >> we have seen a lot of rainfall coming out of this storm. 2 storm system because whether he an aree of low pressure that developed ahead oo the remnant of tropical storm what was known as tropical storm nicole. that first ppshed through dropping heavy ainfall and now we still have remnant of what was tropical storm nicole moving up from the south and thatt% will join us later this especially up in parts of eaat eastern, south eastern harper county looking at 11 and a half inches of rain hhre and 17 and a half inches of rain just soutt of aberdeen. very heavy conditions there with trailing thunderstorms and raan that pushed through belaire at 3 and 3 quarters and sse the dif
of baltimore renowned hospitals. >> karen parks is 2004 tell us the person thattate it was a 14-year-old chhld. >> thaa's right jennifer and -eff. teenager went to johnsshhpkins outpatient center for a routine exam. >> we weee at the hospital.elly3 >> tuesday morning, dannel boyd took his daughter and son to the outpatient center for a routine exam. >> went to the gift shop, and got three little, 15-cent resees cups. >> ate 1 and then another. %-the candy.ide of the top of %-just burrowing in the candy.p. >> father opened up the third piece of candy. this is what he found. >> i always thooght that the hospital was a clean place you could go. you know, and stuff like that >> i got real sick. and i started like haviig diarrhea and throwing up. abdominal pain. >> charlotte was diagnosed with food poisoning and told to stay out of school for three days. gift shhp and spoke with antal employee. >> well she said okay, weecheck and all the dan candy hat they had had worms innthem. >> a spokesperson for opkins released this staaement. johns hopkins medicine has individually foiled wrapped resees pea
woman feel like a superstar. >> we used to have the best infrastructure in the world. we can have it again. >> president obama laying out the plan to simulate the u.s. economy. what he said will get america back on track. >> chasinn speeding dogs. how this unusual highway pursuit came to an end. and elite eaters. it's the first time you're letting your daughter shop on her own. so here's your moment of truth, mom. which 3g network would you trust to run apps like family locator, when it matters most ? when you want your 3g network to work, you want verizon. upgrade your family now and get an lg env touch. or get this samsung alias for just $29.99. plus add a line for just 9.99. but hurry - offer ends march 31st ! families can connect for less at verizon. my grandparents, they had a huge garden, with tomatoes and cucumbers and green beans. nothing beats the taste of fruits and vegetables in the summer. they're juicier. more colorful. they're perfect. that's why at giant, you'll find farm-stand quality fruits and vegetables, at prices you'll love. this week, enjoy whole seedless wat
'm jennifer gilbert. >>> a group of u.s. senators plans to investigate thh underreeorting of rape cases in city as cross the country. >> crime reporter joy lepola be brought up. statistics could >> reporter: jeff an jennifer, it's clear that regardless of being called to testify,imore is concerns about rape are going unreported in the city and thatú will most likely be brought up in washington, d.c. next tuesday when members of the senate crime and drug subcommittee hold theii hearing. now this comes as battte is spear heading an audit of unfounded rape cases. >> we want to make sure that every case is treated withhthe seriousness that it deserves. there is the question as to whether the police, the local3 police, are treating the victims as victims or whether they are looking for ways not to pursue a case. >> reporter::a sppkesman with oneefrom baltimore has been called to testify. local rape advocates, however, tell me they will likely be there to observe tuesday's proceedingg. joy lepola, fox 45 news at 5:30. >>> new information tonight in the investigation of a body found after a f
for u.s. senate is killed after she was hit by an suv. ú%apened while she was riding her bike. >> 5:30 sunddy morning. greee party candidate for the u.s. senate natasha pettigrew parked her car with bike in tow on the caapus of prince george's community college. first stop before heading out %-while riding south on 202, the avid bike rrder and tri-athlete was hii from behind by a woman driving a cadillac escalade. >> i aw smoke coming from the front of the suv. >> crystal hayes saw it all. >> pulled ooer, i didn't wantú them to notice e noticing them. -o kept going. >>the driver of theeescalade spee off. and drove for 4 miles to her ú%me. with the bicycle still lodged ú%derneath. left behind, natasha pettigrew with crystal by her side. >> she was lying in the roadd she was not responding..3 she was totally unconscious. that, you know, it was okay.3 told her that somebody was on the way. i told herrto keep breathing. >> tte med-acts arrived but natasha died this morning from the njuries. >> a spokesperson or maryland's green party released this the partt has never experience
differences behind us, and i reach out to everyone, and in baltimore county, to heal our3 division, join together, because once again, i believe we will be democrats united. >> kevin kamenetz willlface former republican state delegateken holts in the general election. >> for the candidates it was frustrating marred by slow returns. election officials say it was huuan error. after polls closed, some workers locked them. and forgot to tally the votes inside. the issue was remedyed this morning. >> there was surprrsingly low voter turnout tt tuesday's primaries.. in baltimore city, 22 percent of voters headed to the polls..3 state wide turnouttwas over 27 percent. that's below the 30 percent sttte elections officials were projecting. >> just didn't. no real reason. >> i waa a little disappointed because i didn't see aa many as i saw back in 2008. ú% people were being lazy, don't want to get oft couch. don't want to do nothing. >> i went because a lot oo things need to be changed. >> and that brings us to the question of the day. why o you think there was such low voter turnoutt cher write
through friday we will -e in the upper 0s tt near 90 and showers, we can use not expecting a whole lot, though. %-let's see whaa is happening on the roadways. lauren cooke is here with the %-lauren, good morning.ge. >> reporter: good morning, steve. we do have problems in north baltimore, a two-alarm fire has you do want to stick with rooand avenue as an alternate route. %-the alternate route, there's volume but everyyhing is up to speed on the inner and outer loop. yoo're look ago the an 11-mmnute ride from 95, to 83, with an average speed of 55 miles per hour. all is clear from the mchenry -unnel toll to tte beltway, you're looking at an 11-minute ride from the harbor tunnel toll to 95, yoo'reelooking at a speed of 55 miles per hour. that's the traffic edge report. patrice, back to you. ,3 >>> we are following a developing story this morning.3 a two alarm fire rips hrough a home in north baltimore overnight injuring one person. ttere were 6 people inside the home on northern parkway when the fire broke outtaround 2:300thii morning. everyone escaped, incluuing one3 -umped out of a s
of a brief delay. we are still looking at a 9-minute ride throuuh the harbor tunnel. if you're using the noter mchenry tunnel, no problems to report there. you're ooking at an 8-minute ride are with an speed of 55 miles per hour. the west side of the 795 remains clear with an averageespeed of bief miles pe!!55 miles pee hou3 that's the traffic edge report. patrice bein, back to you. >>> thank you, lauren. >>> a man is tabbed and left for dead in reisterstown. it happened early hii morringg while the victim fights for his lifee,the erson responsibbe is still on the loose. megan gilliland is live onnthe scene where police areesearching for a suspect. good morning, megan. >> reporter: good morning, patrice. we're live on the intersection of route 140 and franklin ú%ulevard in reiiterstown. this is usually a very safe area, but this morning the site of a crime scene. a man stabbed and left for dead at the intersection up here andú someehere. ú% happened at 12:30 this ú%lice are not sure if this was a robbery attempt, but they do3 believe a fight broke out efore that victim was
with us. i don't know if we should say chilly. >> some places are chillier than others.ú >> but it feels cold to me. >> a little moisture in the air, it's 68 ddwntown but some areas toward the west are in the 50s, toward oakland we're3 seeing temperatures in the 50sú there. that'ssnot bad. and we're looking at temperatures that are going to be warming up into the low 80ss3 today, yeah, there's the satellite and radar. we picked up aallttll bit of rain, as much as .10 of an inch downtown and hundrrds at bwi where e hovel lemur. it'-- officially measure. here is the front pushing through thht brought us the raii. behind it wiil be drier. -ooler air will be on the way as we get into the beginning of next wwek. we will talk more abouttwhat is happening on the trrpics next right now lauren cooke has the traffic edge. >> reporter: so far so good on the main roads. we have high speedssincluding the northeast corridoo of 95. north of the beltway, you will see no delays to report southbound. yoo're looking at a 44minute3 drive with an average speed of 54 miles per hour. traffic is starting to
providee by u.s. captioning company. >>> a bad case of beeber fever at maryland state fair grounds. how organizers tried to contain the young fans at the conccrt of the summmr. >>> today maryland is in trouble. >> the campaign turnn to -pteleviiion. what the republiccn candidate says in >>> it may not be the % introiment event of the century in maayland, but you wouldn't know it byte crowd's reaction at he maryland state faar. melindaaroeder is live outside of the justin bieber concert, where fans nrp line way early this morning.. melinda? >>reporter: this concert began at 7:00. it sounds like it is just wrapping uppight ow, which means a lot of these fans, no doubt, are up way past their bedtime. it was made up % of screaming kids and patient parents. everyone with a serious case of justtn bbeber fever. the screams are as loud >>reporter: parents try to >>> two massachhsetts kayakers were swept away by earl's wiids. 25-miles an hour winds blew two teenage girls out to sea near cape cod. a good samaritan swam out to try to help. the first sossccll the girls made was to mo
to join us. >>> not too earll with the raven's countdown. >> we're already thinking about the avens, jet game. >>> nnver too early to start ú%lking about fall, and cool start for ome this morninn. 53 degrees at hagerstown but 66 innbaltimoreeis not too bad. we will see the temperatures climb nicelyytoday into the low 80s and as yyu can see sky hd radar not revealing anything but clear skies, and looking good. the bigger picture is showing showers up in the midwest that issarr going to steer to the north and east of us. 78 degrees t midday temperature starting at 57. we will liib at the 84-degree mark at 4 or 5:00 in the afternoonnevening and drrp back %-we havv weather for you as far as the baltimore orioles forecast, too, coming up in just a little bii. right now let's senn it back to you. patrice. >>> 5:31 on fox 45 early edition. -he u.s. department of labor secretary makes a special visit to our region, visiting hard working americans in howard county this labor day weeeend. megan gilliland has the latest on what she had to say about the state of economy. good morning, megan. >>
seen that leveling off is alot better is encouraging for us." we caught up to mike nichols, bp of operations education and economics for the national business avaition association. surrounded by plush jets ready to be fired up, nichols describes how the private aviation industry follows the ups and downs of the economy. one of the biggest downers was when executives from the big three automakers took their private jets and landed on capital hill asking for a $25 billion dollar bailout. "the image of those three coming to washington was harmful for the industry and left a negative and false impression in the minds of policy makers and the minds of the media." in the execs defense, nichols contends they may have been doing business on board. and, since that infamous dc trip, the nbaa is on damage control promoting a no plane, no gain strate which he says points out "private aircrafts help create 150 billion dollars in economic development, support 1.2 million dollars in high wage jobs, improve company productivity, gain access to medium and small regions that don't have major air
and steve is ú%ing to teel us all about that, but it is friddy. good morning. it's your urn to sound on offs our face book page about aaything you want. let us know what is on your mind and your response could air on our feedback segmenn. just go to facebook.com the conversation.a fan and join >>> you can already feel the change. >> absolutely. i know you like the 90s, butt3 it's going to be in thh the upper 70s. yesterday it was nice. >> yesterday was cool to me..33 >> that's the weather. it's very subjective as farras3 if you like it or not it'sscool %-stone.agree with that. 54 degrees is the temperature at baltimorr, 56 this hagerstoww so a little cool for sure. skk hd radar not very active. a few high-level clouds moving through and that is the way3 things are going to remain through he day as high pressure starts to slide in from the north and west and move out tomorrow. we will talk about the nnxt chaace of rain in a littleebit. enjoy the 77-degree high. a little ool ann a little brrezy the northwest wind at 5-10 iles per hour. overall i think we call this a very nice day. l
>>>captions provided by: real-time closed captioning provided by u.s. captioning company. >>> (unintelligible)) >> hospital emergency. tonight the 911 calls from >> a bus driver ask caught >>> i'm karen parks. >>> questions remain >>reporter: two days aater the shooting and all the chaos that ensued, police are taking the >>reportee: questions remain regarding he shooter. did he take the gun toothe hoopital before? were there any red flags to indicate he was dangerous? police are now reviewing those concerns security. and ith hospital -p>> we're trying to give their security network a chance to settle back in and we aim nextt week to get with them and do tte same kknd of analysis and critique. >>reporter: many visitors did so reluctantly. >> a little concerned for my safety, but everything seems back to normal. security is >> i've seen maybe more people, but nothing just, you know, you're not being stopped or checked or iiterviewed or anything. >>reporter: soon after the shooting, some asked why the hospital doesn't have metal >> to put a mag met at 80 doors and t
to loss strength as it moves north, but officials are still arning that %-the u.s. because of the severe flooding. you should expect that there's go to be pounding rain, some high winds and very daagerous waves out there ii the coming days. livv frrm theport o!! the port , megan gilliland.3 fox 45 mor 45 morning news. >>> he marrlaad emergency agency is keepinn an eye on joel d smith is live ith the latest preparations. good morning, joel. >> repprter: good morning. patrice. they're looking at a lot of different maps. ú%en though ttis unlikell to come to our area here, and maybe not even hii the eastern shore so bad, you ggt to beeready. we have talked bout what youú should. we have is the ssuff laid out here right now. let's get to ed, and see what are you seeing onnthe most >> the most recent maa is keeping it 200 ilee out to sea. we will have issues with surf at ocean city and we will have ppoblems with swimming and we will have further problems this weee. -nd some issues with small coastal flooding.ú >> reporter: let's go through it quickly. winter or the hurricane, you're s
offensive. >> most of the time they use meetally retarded of stupii..3 >> we know that attitudes have changed a lot we thought that the term had to go apart. fight to the maryland's general asseebly and this sprinn, -overnor o'maaley changed the termmretarded to tte mentally disabled. the bill is going straaght to the white house to be signed by president obama. >>> democrats didn't waste anytime for attacking the gop's3 for their pledge to america. they introduced document as aa outline of what they staad for should they take control of -ongress. >> republicans have laid their the docuuent called the pledge to america. what the gop would like to be accomplish, most nottbly repealingghealthcare and cutting some conservatives say the document doesn't go far enough. while most democrats says it's noohing but a pledge to return the tea party republicans talkkd more fiscally responsible ú-the house in 2006, we lost our way. we moved away from tte fiscal discipline that minted in governing majority in 1994. and the ppople walked away from us. >> the plan does not tackle the %-democrats, i
of the officer's used the car door to shield himself from the suspect but the man kept coming reaching for the officer's gun. that is when another officer opened fire. >> the suspect,,immediately approached the officer and there eventual low was a struggle over the officcr weapon. with time a second officer pulled up to the ssene, observed what was going on ann shot the suspect in the chest. >> the suspect was taken to shock trauma in critical but stable condition. >>> the woman accused of setting ablaze that hurt a baltimore firefighter is scheduled to be in court today. the trial of 20 years old britney garcia will start this morning. she is facing charges including arson and reckless engagement..3 prosecutors say in aprrl she started a fire in a northwest firefighter jeff novac suffered severe burns in that blaze andú is expected to testify. garcia could spend up to 30 years in jail in founn guiity. >>> there's a motion hearing set for today in the case of a high school teacher accused of having sex with a student on school ú%ounds. carl ray moore was charged in may withhseveral s
to maryland. running into dryer slot of air in ennsylvania. but heevy rainfall over rich land and south of us. zoooing out the picture here. a little bigger view. carolinas, tornado watches issued down there. we could see it shifting up to our region for tomorrow afternoon.ú with pooential forrinstability in the atmosphere as we see the system move up. %-system, see the trough, activy is riding on. this troughhis just also associated withhthat area of low pressure riggt now, ccnsidered ttopical storm nicole that is spinning down there. and will continue to lose ú%rength through the overnight. but we do have also a low that issriding up tte frontal boundary, that is what the hhad of nicole, and this is what is helping to bridge the moisture rain into play in ouu neck of the woods. %-becomm a low itself, so thatd ú%ere will be two lows riding along the ffontal bouudary, through carolinas, virginia and %-so we have a flash flood watch througg the night tonight into ttmorrow. all for ceetral maryland. and how much rain? we are talking abouttseveral3 inches potentially. this is the future scan
today high pressure will bbild in and bring us a pretty day. meanwhile igor off the rip ccrrent and warmer air returns as we head to the firrt day of autuun. mid-80s mid-week with a few %-possibly as we get to the mid-week as well. check of tte traffic edge, lauren, good morning. >> reporter: good mooning, steve. we are dealing with an accident a motorcycle, it's going to be %-matter drive.urnie at oak %-tooget in the city, noohing to get in your way as we check in a liveelook at 395. you will notice not many cars moving along justtfine. it will rrmain clear at 95, as you make your way up to whitemarsh. you're loo looking at a 4-minute drive and no problemm to the beltway from 95 to 83. %-there you're looking at ans. average speed off54 miles per hour. -t will remmin clear on 795 to 95, you're looking at an average spped of 55 miles per hour. that's the traffic edgeereport. pptrice, back to you. %-week's shooting at john hopkis hospital including what they knew about the gunman's past. joel d smith is liveeat thee3 hospital now with more on the calls from that deadly morning th
to burn the koran on the anniversary of 9911. why the move could put u.s. troops in danger. >>> now we're going to connect thh congregations with the commmnity. >> how the community is fighting back with faith. >>> good morning. it's wednesday, september th. mime !!i'm patrice harris. meteorologist steve fertig is here with a look at praft and ad a lot of people were saying yesterday as really hot. and today we are going to get to 88, e think as we thought yesterday aad we're going to enjoy some sunshine mixed with a thouug. a chance of a few showers in the westtrn part of theestate. 70s throughoutt you see he frontal boundary, a line of -howers moving west to east butú breaking apart quite a bit for it looks like montgomery county may be seeing it a little bit of light activity this morning. it will be light and that frontal boundary is going to what that will do is bring cooler air as we get to tuesday and friday aad we will see the chance of rainshowers by sunday. mootly sunny and windy today and tomorrow. ittwill be a warm day tooay with the upper 80s and then ittwill be coole
to fail situation. so hopefully taxpayer money would never be used again to save these big banks. and angie, you're going to take a closer look at the jobs coming up. in the meantime, traders are also watching for a big market reaction to that report out before the opening bell. now for more on the oil platform that caught on fire in the gulf of mexico yesterday. texas company mariner-energy owns and operates the platform which is designed to pump oil from an underground well located 100 miles south of vermillion bay, louisiana and 200 miles west of bp's broken well. the company said 13 crew members were rescued. this week, the company's oil platform was producing 9 million cubic feet of natural gas and 14 hundred barrels of oil each day. these are pictures from mariner-energy's website of its oil platforms. it says it's among the largest independent oil and gas companies operating in the gulf of mexico. this one day chart of mariner energy stock shows the price fell sharply in the middle of the day on thursday, then recovered most of the loss closing down more than 2%. this seco
woman being flown to shock trauma. >> john rydell tells us tonight police have uncovered very disturbing evidence in this particular case. >> on main street in elkton, most folks know the lawyers and family doctors. but few knew much aaout this unmarked abortion clinic. until now. >> i was shocked. i wonder how many underage victims have been involved. >> police saa their probe began when a man and woman dressed in hospital scrubs showed up at the er of union hospital. >> a injured female brought into the hospital in a private vehicle by two doctors. she had injjries unknown to them. >> police learned the 18-year-old woman had initially sought an abortion in vorhees3 new jersey but the doctor had theewoman transported by car to cecil county to complete the procedure. but her complications were so bad. that she had to be airlifted to3 johns hopkins hospital. >> this investigation had only begun. the elkton police object taped a search warrant to obtain the medical records of the patient. but the other items discovered inside of this clinic caught detectives after guard. >> during our sear
should bring out more good day o come out and vote anddthe polls open at 7:00. >>> that brings us to the are you goiig tt get out and on that at the 7:00 our. you caa go to foxbaltimore.com and tell us what you think. sound ff throogh facebook. send us a tweet at fox baltimore or text your answer to 45223, enter fox 45a for yes or fox 45b for no. >>> stay tuned for continuing coverage of the election. a politicaa analyst will eigh in all of the keyyraces and give us his picks. that is coming up later this hour. stay with fox 45 news all night. we will be live as the votes are counted and we will stay with you until the key races are decided. you can get all of the lateet innormation on the primaries and the november elections at foxbaltimore.com/vote 2010. >>> the imam hoping to build the mosque at the site of the september 11 attacks in new ork addresses mounting criticism of the plan. he says he is a muslim and a proud american. while many people question the judgment of building a mosquu and cultural center, he believes it could be good for the city ann u.s. if a baltimore
. >> i believe in the american people and american spirit. they might have taken this buildings ffom us but they will >> back in the city. >> not like they saw them bblow up. the world trade center. you have to have proof. >> american values are viewed differently. >> all muslims are not the same. let the people practice their religion.3 >> in east baltimore. nobody. if they hadddone something, take it to court and prove it. >>>kathleen cairns, fox 45 news at 10:00. >> no word on whether donald trump accepted the offer. >> howard county police say a domestic dispute led to a potential murder-suicide in ellicott city. police found 35-year-old clair stout and 49-yeaa-old reginald van grave shot to death in their home saturday. unmarriid couple lived with three young kids that werr home, at the time.3 >> interviewing young children, having them be witnesses, perhaps, to a criie, is something that is disturbing. even to our officers that specialize in this. >> autopsy results are underway tonight to determine the exact cause of death. >> and this unddrground firee3 cuts off power closing so
. but first, republican senator john mccain who joins us from his home state of arizona. senator, president obama is set to announce a new economic plan this week that will reportedly center on tax cuts for business to boost hiring and investment. it sounds like something straight out of the republican play book. what is your reaction? >> well, my reaction is that we always like to see a dea deathbed conversion, but the fact is if we had done this kind of thing nearly a couple years ago we'd be in a lot better shape. they're just flailing around. every place i go in my state where people are hurting very badly, one of the major things that small business and large business people tell me is they want some kind of certainty. i run into c.p.a.s that say, "i can't tell my client exactly what they should do with their money or their future," because nobody knows when the next regulation going to come down, what are the taxes going to be. we tell them small businesses, there is a $600 -- every transaction over $600 now has to be reported to the i.r.s., thanks to obama-care. so, it isn't going to
will be taking us back 60 years. >> it's inappropriate to say thatt >> repprter: jessamy contends that her comments were not racially motivated instead alluding to the policies of 60 years ago. meanwhile bernsttin says that -is plan is for locking up the most violent offenders and has noohing to do with race. today it's up to voters to decide who they think will make these streets safer. megan gill lapped giililand foxg early edition. >>> the two men vying for the -- the two democrats met with voters from over town to overly. supporters were on the road. >> i think iihave the right combination of experience, knowledge, and vision. i'm not running on a past record, i'm running on what i >>>run our goverrment efficiently, effectively and still deliver the services that the taxes they pay. >> both candidates are expected to be at the polls today p>> it's he last day f primary election week. joel d smith is live at albutris the 7th and final day of voting.ú good morning, joel. ú% reporter: good morning, patrice. you can tell it's the official primary day of those 7. all tteesigns up behin
in place with that instability wil3 be with us. it will be a dryyone we think. 74 degrees in baltimore and 73úú salisbuur and in hagerstown. 66 in oakland as we see the showers anddthunderstorms move offfto the east. we had some severe thunderstorm warnings last night and they have obviously dissipatee now. but the heat will be with us today and so will the humidity, too as temperatuues climb to 84 degrees by noon. and thenn85 degrees at 6:00 p.m. after hitting height of 899at about 3 or 4:00 this afternoon. noo to see what is happening on the roadways as you head out this morning. she has the raffic edgg, lauren. >> reporter: thank you, steve. many of you waking up in to storm tree damage. the eastbound lanes at piney hill road will be shutdown. you will want to stick with harford road as your alternate route. dd watch out for another downn3 tree, hicks road that is a bad alternaae. another one at girding road.3 youudo want to stick with route 138 as an alternate route. as you take a look att183, nothing tt get in your way at warren road. %-noothbound and southbounddlans just fine
are you still using an antique cable network created in 1948 for your 2010 tv? it's time to hook your tv up to a 100% fiber optic network. it's time for fios. visit verizon.com/getfios. call the verizon center for customers with disabilities at 800-974-6006 tty/v. >>> welcome back to fox 44 earlú edition. i'm megan gilliland. >>> meeeorologist steve fertig is here to let us nnw how the temperatures are feeling out. >>> not feeling too bad. into the mid-80s, some rain is on tap..3 >> we need it..3 >> yes, but probably not more than what we will get. the bus top as we get ready for school. 52 degrees, east winds at 5 miies per hour. the inds will pick up this afternoon, too. pardon me, 66 degrees in baltimore. 68 in d.c. and 63 innsalisbury, hagerstown at 60. a little milder in the outlying areas where yesterday we were in the 60s. we aae seeing clouds, expected to become mos!! mostly cloudy aa chance of showers as we hope to hold tooether as the cold front pushes in our direction. %-top back to 82. 4:00 and we a chance of showers and more liiely to come into the natural part of th!!cen
. but made it in with only brief mention. a commitment to traaitional marriage, and opposition to using ttxpayer dollars to fundd3 abortions. -> stay withhfox 45 news for the latest information on the november elections. go tt foxbaltimore.com. click on the vote 2010 icon in the news features section..3 >> therr is outrage tonighh over a city office with a $28,000 facelift. office renovated a year ago, when director david scott was head of the city's department of renovation included a customm3 glass desk and $$200 chair. ú%e $28,000 renovatton took place as city leaders made deep cuts to the city's budget. >> our men and women are forced to take furlough days, we don't get raises. and we are conntantly asked to give and give, and yet, we have money to do things like thhs. sheila dixon's cabinet resigned earlier this year. current mayor stephanie rawlings-blake said she knew nothing about this. >> 1 and a half billion dollars project to revitaliie the westside is another price tag hard to swallow uuing tough economic times. features new retail offices and houses. critics wonder howeve
quipment being used to ssarch for possible victims. the. >> he's nicknamed hitler. how long this man will go to priion for beating a man and the apology he offered to the% victim. >>> [applause]. ú>reporter: maryland first slots parlor finally open for business. good news that convinced operators to unlock the doors three days early. >> hello. >> a ow home comes crashing down possibly trapping a person inside. ww are followiig that breaking news out of west baltimore tonight. it is happening on druid hill avenue and lawrence street. everythinggbut the front wall of theevacant home collapsed about 3:30. you can see bricks and wood strewn across the ground. rescue cree are using thermal imaging to search for any possible say they doubt that anyone is under the rubble. we'll continue to follow this story and bring you more information as soon as it becomes available. ú> the storm that moved through the area today brought tornado warnings with them. >> parts of carol howard and baltimore counties were all unner those warnings early today. this afternoon as a matter of fact. no
-to-day, it's still very ú%al tt them. report, 73% of the likely voter in maryland say that the u.s. is still currently in a recession. 16% say no, 10% were not sure. out of work ann lookinggfor aone here is what some of our facebook fans have to say about this news. lisa wrote in and said, tell that to my husband who got laid off in ebruary of this year. they don'ttknow what they're talking about. what do you think, is thh recession over? let s kkow on the facebook page. i will be reading your responses throughout this morning. megan gill lapped, gilliland, fg news. >>> police are called to a triple ssooting officers say two men were show the in the stomach, a 3rd was shot in the hip. all three are in serious condition but they are expected aaout ttoohours later, homicide detectives were on the scene of3 a shooting in eaat baltimore. investigators saa a mannand a woman was shot in homewood there's no word on a suspect in either shooting. >>> federal agents arr looking foo a suspect who they say robbed dozens of restaurants includinggseveral in the balttmooe area. fbi investigators believe
'malley anddmegan from ocean city we had aacall at 9:30 to discuss the concernsish and use. we become more involved at the local level. >> overn oomalleyyis advising holiday traaelers not to travel to oceen citt during the height %-it's unlikely that ocean city the governor will by updated. later today. we will head down there to bring storm is affecting our region and be of courseeour holiday %-close eye a hurricane earl ast coastlinee it's a category iv storm ight noo. any shift could put ttat part of -he country? craig joins us from norrh carolina, good morning, craig. >> reporter: cleaa and breezy but the deterioration in the wwather will continue as the day wears onn local emergency management officials are meeting right now ú% determine f there's going to be another evacuations. hurricane earl expected to while it's expecced to stay oofshore, t's the most powerful hurricane to threaten the ccaat ú% yyars. federal obama has urged federal %-thh states of orth carolina, and maryland haveedeclared emergency. >>> , be ready. ú%u''e all hearrng the news, and we're fairly certain that we ca
from us bbt mmght come in and mmke a 90 degree turn and come take ccre of us. >>reportee: well this storm is expecced to mmve in bout 33% this mornnng and then move out are expecting assign weekend and city leaders want all visitors to know nothing this weekend in ocean city has bben cancelled. we areelive in ocean city tonnght, fox 45 %ú>>> thank you jeff. and as jeff entioned earl is ccose the sky watch weather center. what do you havv. >> we are watching that storm and stilllvery strong category 3 at this time and we do have the warning posted tropical stormmwarning for the eastern portion of the state including ocean city where we re goingg6 toosee trrpical storm force winds as much as 60 miles an hour and then alsooon the western edge of the chesapeake bake we have a coastal flood advisory with potential for flooding conditions out there. atlantic hurricane satellite image here category 3 storm winds t 115 iles an hour gusting o 1388and starting to make land fall over the oyrt bank of the ccrolinas and winds in the 30 milessan hour range and track will show how it
. with less than 3 hours to go noo before the polls close, bbrnstein tells us hees beth excited and enthused. >> well we think weehave un a very ppofessional campaign and i think that after 15 years people are ready for a change and more importantly i think that we have really tapped into sommthing. i thinn people all over the city are frustrateddwith the crime and want to see change. >>reporter: well, bernstein has out spent his opponent during this campaignn tonight after 8:00 o'clock when the polls close we feigned out if the money is well spent. live in canton, fox 45 news at 5:30. >> voters also deciding priiary battle in the race for governor incumbent o'malley meeting voters in clump bay this afternoon. he didn't cast a ballot today bbcauss he more than a week ago. he'soting the overwhelming favorite against 2 other ccndidate in the democratic primarr. >> this is theeprimary whilee6 not be many contested election at the top of the ticket and of course this is part of our democracy so we encourage even to turn out to vote..% >>reporter: on the republlcan side bob urlich wws i
and we aae been around here.w can use some rain >> ask and you shall receive so stop askiig now. depression number 16 which could certainly become tropical storm nottsuch a sweet 166after all it's goinggto beefor us. that tropical depresssoo number 16 comes our way. sky hd radar coming your ay, showerr later today but the heavy rain probably late tonight into your thursday. right now it's just increesing cloud cover. any unshine you see this morning which won't be much, will fill in by the cloud the to the south on the way. we do have a flood watch in the northeastern part of the state. how about a flash-flood for everyboodyelse. thhs is a system that is coming our way. it's bringing ssas much as 2-4 %-locations.in. the morning forecast at theebusú stop doesn't look too bad. partly cloudy skies. we will head toward thh 70s as we see the 60s throughout the most of the state. 66 degrees and 70 as the raii -he rain starrs to come in and especiallyylatee heavy oveenight tonight. we will talk about how much rain we can expect and ow long this thing will be sticking around ú%re?
the hospital gets back to the normal routine, sooe hospital úorkers tell us they hopee% adminissrators will now consider metal detector aa evvry entrance. live in east baltimore fox 45 news at 5:30. >>> thank you kathleen. we are learning more about the shooter including his real name karen parks joins us live with more on the confusion and not the shooter identification. karen. >> well we have a crewwat arlington, variety now in davis neighborhood. we are told that neighbors are visibly upset. they say davis's mom lived with him and that the 2 were very close. now nitially we were told by pplice that the suspect's name was warren davis. but later learned that that was an alias. investigators now have tentatively identified the shooter as 50-year-old paul warren pardon and waiting for a fingerppint analysis from the fbi to confirm this information. his mother's name is still believed about to be jean davis. >> we have a couple addresses one in virginia that we are working to confirm and in reming oo, virginia we are working to confirm and couple local addresses associatedd% with mr. d
hours..3 >> do not let the people come at night. close down.3úus. >> hurricane danielle caused the dangerous rip tides this past weekend. lifeguards had to perform, >> the entire state of maryland prepares for the worst, from hurricane earll >> hat is the iggest threat become late thursday intt friday, what's our -- what's he big danger here? >> governor o'maaley held a teleconferenceeearliir today. coordinating with mema, power companies and other state agencies. >> businesses in ocean city, often rely on the labor day weekend for the last big booot in sales. along the boardwalk, many offthe ú%sinesses that depend on the summer crowds for the yearlyy3 income, are watching hurricane earl's progress. they hope the usual holiday be -eekend crowds are not scared >> well, we are helping for a lot of people, a lot of a littll worried about theerain. but, you know, if people have booked their vacations, hopefully they will continue to >> many hotels are usually sold out on sunny labor day week. with he storm bearing down, business owners worrr that customers may cancel the reser
the stand in the triil of 3 men charged wiih the -úkilling. >> john joins us nnw with more on what jurors are being told úbout he evidence tooiggt. john? >>reporttr: because there úou are did na evidence ise m ccosidered cruccal in the murder police recovered plenty3 of eviience including a purse from a woman wwo was robbed thht night. the purse úncludes latex gloves, dna from one of the suspects. pposecutors say the halloween mask recovered earby also includes dna from another suspect. charles and gary and william are all chargeddwith first degree murder. buu tte attooneys are questioning how the dna evidence was collected and annualized. 11, 14 items put in this one purse. sattthhre for three the itemssttat came backician% pooitive for orrdiffeeent one and came baak positive on this??% >>reporter: testimony expected to resume on monday we may learn more on whose dna is on the halloween mask and other items connected to the murder. this is fox 45 nees at 5:30..%%-ú>> okay john. teae in howard county is found guilty of sex abuss after writing love notes to an% >> karl walker
over here. about 200 of us here and thousands of jets fans. >>reporter: raven fann aren't holding back either. rex ryyn did a ot of jamming yapping. lattr we hear from the very vvcal always vacateal ray lewis on tonight's game. now back to you. >> talk to yoo later chris. good uck up theree >> question of the ddy. are the avens heaaeddto the play off this soap in your opinion. go to our web site and tell us what you think. ssund off through facebookkand tweet at fox baltimmre, text your answer to 45203 and a.for yes and b.for no. and response may air tonight aa 10:00. >> fans around baltimore city getting pumped for tonight's big bigggame and shaaing their excitement with us. michelle -úsent thus photo of er dog little rebel. he's very excited for tonnght's monday night show down. about maybe embarrassed. >> jessica shoos never too early to cheer norfor the ravens. her son jack is ready for a monday night baltimore victory. >> we want to see your purple pride. go to ur web ssie and click on the ommunity features section. lots of sun to start out the work week. st
. >> often undercover investigations where you're using either cooperating crimmnals out on the street or federal aggnts who arr operating dealees.er or purporting to ruu &-the $10 mmllion in drug monee, they will sees assets nnluding real esttte and the $740,000 home they say blackwell owns. keith danieess fox 45 nnws at 5:30. >> thank you, keith. >>> police make an arrest after a body is found in the innerúha. ú&lice arested 20-year-ood wayne black in 2008. pushing a an in he aaer afte3 asking hii ffr a cigarette.3ú &-away from starting his junior year on an engineering scholarship. >>> a man suspected of raping a a sexually transmitted disease is off the streett because a crime and justice reporter joy lepoll tells us ll it look for a phone call. >> reporter: jennifer, on friia3 night during fox 45's fugitive files a call came in that led to the capture of a fugittve poliie had been anting to track down. ú&tectives made the arrest this morning. >> aaything to say for yourself? on.i don't even kkow has going >> reporter: 33--eaa-old michae3 waters walked in for questionin
[car horn honks] our outback always gets us there... ... sometimes it just takes us a little longer to get back. ♪ >> a pastor's threat to burn the quran. new information coming from a florida church tonight. >> because i dii it. >> a boy that beat cancer. the new medical echnology that helped him do it. >> it was a boom, booo,,and a massive explosion. >> a neighbbrhood leveled. the death toll and whht the investigation into the blastthas continue, and a chance for rain is moving in for the weekend. when we could finally seeewet forecast. >> live in high definition, from wbff tv in baltimore, this is fox 45 news at 10:00. >> hello, i am jeff barnd. >> and i am karen karen. controversy about a possible burning of the quran. fueled by the debate over a mosque at ground zero. >> national leaders weighed in. something speaking to the pastor -ehhnd the blan planning to bbrn the holy text. >> pastor jones said he would not go ahead itt the quran buuning event as hisself blows asked two hour deadline passedd3 without any word from a new york planning to withdraw plans at ground zero. t
help. crime is so out of control in -his city. >> just go to foxbaltimore.com and tell us what you think.ú you ccn sound off throughh3 facebookk send us a tweet@foxbaltimore. text your answer to 45203. ú%%-fox 45 b for no and youress response may air tonight on the "late edition" at 11:00. >> and stay with ox 45 news ffr the latess informatton on the november election. click on the vote 2010 icon. in the news eatures section. ,3 >> senator ulysses currie in court pleads not guilty to bribery chargee while he is mounning a legal battle. up next the financial and health issues he is also facing. >> i diin't ike that notion of suddenly i am in the wimming pool. with some people that had beenú accused of sexual abuse, crimes against children. >> women being ordained as priests illegally. the seriousness of the offense in the eyes of the vatican and why they continue to practice caaholicism even though their church does not recognizz them. coming up in the cover story..3 >> tell you why the octomom is ovvrwhelmmd. not by her children. no. this ttme it is 3 >> long time maryland s
's friday, that meaas it's your turn to sound off on oor facebook page about anything you wan.ú let us know what is on your mind and your response could air on our facebook feedback segment. already comments coming in. just go toú facebook.com/baltimore to becom3 a fan and join the conversation. now e need to have a conversation with meteorologist steve fertig about our weekend weather. -p>>> the popcorn should be soundinn off in thh background, and lotssof t we have reduced visiiility out there because of the fog. temperatures out there pretty mild. i don't think you will mind that part. we are starting at 72 degrees throughout the area. 70 in salisbury and 59 in hagerstown. dry scannin sky hd radar, no, thhugh there's a chance of some i will tell you when that would be, but maybe not ttis weekend as we stay dry and hot today, and i think we say hot, beccuse temperatures will be near 90 degrees or above. the record is 95 as we get close to it. cooler ir is on the way for the ú%ld front for the weekend. i will let you know how much cooler, near record high for today and in the low 90s a
of summer. meteorologist steve feetig isú here to fill us in. >> ou llke fall, i'm sad to see %-i'm ready. >> it's one the hottest. >> for some people it's going to be welcomed relief. it's going to be a warmer day todayythan it was yesterday. we're going in the opposite diiection, pptrice. look at the temperature riggt now. we saw yesterday, talkinn bout temperatures in the upper 40s and low 50s in many locations. we were in the low 60s downtown. now we're in the low to mid-60s throughout state. for the time being, bbt we do think we wwll get ssme shower channes later as the front that ii bringing some showers through the great lakes and eastern midwest comms our wwy for later in theeday, maybe a fewwshowers then. that frontal bouudary brings in3 the shower chancessbecause arm air will be ahead offit. it will be providinggus a little bit of lift, and with it shower chances for later afternoon and sunny start to the day, and clouds llter, thundeestorms, near 90 not just today but through tomorrow, ann monday as -ell. tonight but also saturday into sunday. more on that cominn up in a few
campus where are %-keith, what can you tell us..3 >>well, jjff, county police and a warning tonight after the attacks, on seven students. puck ket it rrally hit close to home. the latest off campus assault and robbery, of the university of maryland student. the police say the victim was walking alone, on harwiik road and princeton avenue when four ú%spects beat and robbed him. it happened at about 2:00 sunday on frazier and puck ket's block. >> f course it is frighteningg to know that these things are happening right where we walk -very day. >> a lost times ou don't thiik it could happen to you. but it can.3 youuknoww it could be your friend or neighbor. especially if it is goiig on on your road.3 so it is definitely scaree >> that robbery ollows two other recent attacks. including an august 29th robbery, in which five suspects approached three students, waiting at the universitt shuttle stop outside of the ú%iversity club apartments, on vernon houue road. two of the students ran away. but the other, was grabbed, assaulted, and robbed. >> it is frustrating. very frustrating. because
around the corner, and right now other fiie is extinguished. >> all righh. chief thank you for joining us. and i have to add that right now, even families, have been displaced. no one has been seriously injured. that is a very latest from here n west baltimore. karen parks, fox 45 news "late edition". . >> new information tonight after a booy is found in a burnt out columbia house. %-former wife thelma winn win we condominium tuesday.nside of tte damon was found in the condominium after the blaze and is under police guard as we speak. at shock trauma. %-in a road rage incident last month is out on bond. jamessking of severn shot another man at tellgraph road and route 100. a judge ordered him heed without bond. but ustta week ago, king'' attorrey asked for a second bond review. the ext day a new bond was set. and king posted it. prosecutors learned about the bond motion yesterddy. after king was released. tooorrow, there will be a hearing about whether to resend the bond. found about 16 miles off thee3 coast of ocean city monday. melkis delgado disappeared after swimming after lifeguar
spending and extending bush era tax cuts to help create jobs. joining us exclusively today to discuss their plan, house republican leader john boehner and congressman kevin mccarthy, who was the driving force behind the pledge. gentlemen, welcome back to "fox news sunday." >> thank you for having me. >> chris: president obama says this is the worn-out philosophy of president bush in the pledge. you would extend tax cuts. congressman boehner, how does this show that the g.o.p. has changed since the last election? >> i think it's pretty clear if you look at what is going on in washington, with all the spending, all the debt, all the government take-overs and control. what this document is that we reject that. we want a smaller, less costly and more accountable government. and we go through and lay out specifics, whether it's spending, whether it's getting jobs going again in america, whether it's healthcare, national and border security, and the issue of reforming the way congress does its business. >> chris: let me get into specifics in a moment, but congressman mccarthy, a number of c
this litte tiny bit of wheat out of the commodity system and using it as a way to nourish people as opposed to a vehicle for investment."if it were an investment kavage would be sitting on a pile of cash.in the spring of 2010 she payed around $4.50 a bushel months later the price of wheat surged to nearly $8.50 a bushel.even though it brought in a lesson. "this summer we had a huge spike in the price of wheat and now we have food riots in mozambique because people can't afford to pay for bread. kavage estimates her total cost to own, mill and store her commodity-- was around $15,000 dollars.frequently, she packs up several pounds of her flour to give away to soup kitchens, food banks or anyone interested in baking.she doubts her return on investment will come from a monetary aspect." maybe at some point, but i'm not expecting that." kavage does take in financial donations.she tells me she has recouped about half the money she spent in her personal wheat project. thanks angie cotton prices are now at 15 year highs at just under one dollar a pound.they've jumped almost 30% in the past mont
, you know hat that means. it's your turn to talk with us on our facebook pageeabout anything you want. let us know what is on your mind and your rrsponse could air in ú%r feedback segment. ú%st go to facebook.company/baltimore to become a fan and join the conversation. meteorologist steve fertig ii here with us. >>> very hot temperatures todaa, we may break the record or tie the rrcord, the record being 95. it will be close. we wwll get into the low 90s. a mild morning with that fog. do be careful this morning s you head out. southeast wind at 5 miles per hour which is helping to con figure the fog you are seeing. and 71 in hagerrtown, mild alllú over. sky hd radar not very eventful other than the ffgginess. we won't be talking abbut the rainshowers. we are 2 1/2 or 2.25 inches behind, so eecould use some rain. forecast and the ravens forecast here is lauren cooke. >> reporter: good morning, steve. we are dealing with reduced visibility. if you are traveling on theú northeass corridor of 95, we are dealiig with a car fire at the approach route 43. ú% we take liie look, you w
in thattdirection, could bring us as much as 2.5 inches of rain. temperatures start off in the upper 60s to low 70s. pretty mild start actually but rain today and tomorrow. ssme thunder, temperrtures in thh 70s all the way hrough friday. we cool down and dry out with %lenty of sunshine forrthis we will be in the 60s for highs then. let's see what is happening on the roadways now with laurenn3 cooke. >> reporter:: w are ealing wih heavy raii and that eads to slick roads across the renalio. w-- region aad we have several accidents at rice tear!! reisted and one on the inner loop and another on the outer loop at 833 as we take a look at the west side of the 83 at liberty road, this is oing to be old court road where ou an see nn delays in the area. people are using slower speeds thaa usual, do useethhm if youú can at all possible. no delays from 795 to 95. that trip will take you 12 minutes, you're looking aa an ankanaverage speeddof 53 miles r hour. all is clear on the northeaat corridor of 99 from whitemarsh boulevard to the beltway, you're looking the a 4-minute trrp with an average speed o
for the transportation depaatment says that the data they used is old 2008 and itú included the me approximate trougentire metto areaand ot j. >> it'' not a fair representation, given tth fact that we have concentrated on our roadways in the lass three years ask we continue to do that. %-looks bumpy because accordingo the u.s. department of transportation in theenext 15 years it'sin goiig to cost $188 billion to fix all of the roads..3úwhere does baltimore rd atlanta and jacksonville justhb. one percent of the roads in ad condition. joel d smith, fox 45 morning -ews. >>> i don't what is worre that story or this story. some creepy crawll critttrs invade a maryland library. they found bed bugs in bookk. this is one you are going to see it abbut a alf a dozen bugs collected from a couple of children's books in the drop off those books and all the others within that day were bait in the back of a truck. ú%survive in tempeeatures above 120 degrees. lucky they ccught the bugs before they became a infesstation. ccrculation supervisor who was worring that task used to work in the hospitality indu
. >> it'' scary. it couud easily have been us. attaccs in recent weeks. on august 27, three students getting into a car at the collarrion parking lot and three of the university clubú apartments. two of those students were able to run away, but the 3rd wass3 assaulted, grabbed and robbed. still there's no suspects. megan gilliland. fox 45 early edition. >>> it happened last night near3 lafat yela fayette street. three men were shot and tookk3 themsslves to the hospital. right.. expected to be all >>> it happeneddyesterday at a about 8:00 in the morning at the king's poiit square shopping centtr at randallstown. police were called to the shopping center after a call to 911 about a man acting erratically in theeparking lott when officers arrived and tried to get out of car, police say theeman attacked them. oneeof the officers used the car door to shield himself from the suspect but the man still kept coming reaching for the officer's gun. that is when the other officer openee fire. >>> the suspect immediately approached the officer and %-there eventually was a strugg3 over the office
. rest of us not too bad. %-way it should be with cleare skies for the bus stop. a rather mild stop. you will see around the area we got temperatures around the 77s. it's pretty mild all over except in oakland it's 66. headed to 93. it's anothhr hot ay today. will you feel the humidity, too. eked woo. we will let you knoww hat it shapes up for this weekend once eaal passes to the northeaat. right now let's checkkthe traffii with the lauren cooke. on the rods. nroads. as we pull thht set up..3 just yet but those ho areds traveling southbound you're look ago a 4-minute drive with an average speed f 54 miles per %-all is clear traveling through toll to thh beltway an 8-minute3 ú%ip. from tte harbor tunnel toll to 95, you're lloking at a 9-minute 54 miles per hour. that's the travels back to ou. >>> thank you, lauren. >>> hurricane earl moved speee ahead closing in onnthe eastern seaboard. the storm is expected to hit mmryland early tomorrow morning. goverror o'mallly has signnd a declaration of emergency. megan gilliland is leaving but before see leaves she is been rekking over the at
to be evacuated. the governnr will be briefed again later today. stay with us through the storm. we already have a crew down in ocean city right now. todaa i will e heaaed down there, too. we will be bringing you live reports on exaccly how this storm is affecting our region and the holiday planss megan gilliland, fx 45 morning nness >>> ffoecasters are keeping a close eye on hurricane earl as %-it's a categgry iv storm right now and any ship could out most the populated part of the country in danger. we are joined byycraig frrm good morningg ccaii. %-patrice.r: good morning, we're expectinn hurricane %-thhs is one of the mmst powerl huuricanes to threaten the coast in years. few people areerisking. %--> reporter: president obama -as ordered federal agencies to cooodinate efforts ahead of hurricane earl. the governors of north carolina, virginia and maryland have declarrd states of emergency. can tell what is going toof us happenn news we''e hearing. storm that is a big storm. it's a major hurricane. >> reporter: esidents and ú%evacuate the outer banks.to ú%aters are tryinn to keep thei
stay with us for the very latest. live from miichell courthouse, i'm megan gilliland. ffx 45 morning news. >>> investigators innhoward countt believe a domestic dispute led to a possible murder-suicide in ellicott set. regional van grrde so the to deaah on saturday night. the unmarrieddcouple lived with ttree young children who wereeat home at the time of the shooting. >> interviewing young children and having ttem be witnesses to a ccrme is veryydisturbing. >> nvestigaaors are waiting for exact cause of deatt. >>> the first man convicted under maryland's gang law is granted a new trial after allegations of jury misconduct. a city judged declared a ú%strial in the case of jew wan marshal. marshal as facinn life in prison plus an additional 20 yearssfor his gang ties. now his condition has been vac 8eache vacated after a judge heard that a jury lookee up marshal's record onnine. >>> paul palmer was being transported to central booking on friday whee he managed to get ouu of plasticchandcuffs and run off. investigators believe that he fled the city and maybe headed to waahington or
to tell us when it's all going to % clear up. >> we sawa i lot of clouds and showerss much-needed rain. there's been plenty of dry 3 c1 connitions. we need to get moisture out there. temperattre wise looking at cool conditions because of the pushing through. baltimore, 63 deggees. 66 in d.c. a little cooler in the 50s in oakland. pemperatuues will continue to cool through the overnight fall-like temperatures. we can see all theesatellite radar that the front has mainly the new york jets ii the meadow lands. it as been a lot, and i mean a lot of sniping back and forth in advance of this one. tomorrow night they finally step on to the field. expect tomorrow night to be a very punishing encounter. >> we both play that physical game of football, you know, but itts going to be who utexecutee each other. i don't think it's going to be a ffrst--uarter knockout. i want the game to go four quarters. that way our true testament will come out. >> we'll have much more on % tomorrow night's game. highlights from the first day of nfl football ann williams is here to break ii down. "sport
hours %-lets get over toometeorologist steve fertig. he can bring us uu-to-date on a what is happening out there, good morning, teve. >>> good morning, patrice, not long ago we were talking abbut a rain ssortage and not anymore. we are getting too much at once. and a possiile tarnoid tornado r the eastern shore. coming up oo the chesapeake bay, where the bulk of the storm has moved is bringgng stormy conditions is the pockets of sever--possibilities of ssveee r we are going to zoom on in and get you clossr where the rain has been falllng the heaviesttu3 to the north and east of the area, along 95 up to i-95. indicated here. getting closer still aad you can see east oo 695, you're traveling east of essex, you are going to run into ssrong storms. i want to move this further3 nnrth and show you where we're seeing the heaviest rain and again, weere going to continue to see the movvment f these ú%owers as you can see indicated heaviest rain. thattis going to bb oving, it looks like to the north and west and we will see a bunch of storms movinggin, maabb with severe weather then as well
's a quick trick that some traders use to get a feel for what's gone on with the economy and the markets. they take a look at the xal. this is the airline industry etx. it is a basket of airline stocks. during the past few days it has rallied in a few dollars and over the last year it has nearly doubled. airlines are very much tied to what's going on with the economy. hopefully they will continue to be profitable. in the meantime bp's oil cleanup costs have reached $8 billion. this week, president obama said he will unveil new ideas to boost job growth he plans to make another announcement in the days ahead where he will talk about a broader package aimed at accelerating job creation so far this year, more than 700-thousand jobs have been created both in the government and private sectors.the president once again called on congress to pass a small business jobs bill when it gets back into session later this month.the bill would set up a 30 billion dollar lending fund so that small businesses can borrow money to grow their companies.it would also eliminate capital gains taxes on key inves
lee, thank you for brinning us up-to-date on that situation. right now move to the "late edition" aad it starts right now. >> key races to decide but -oters do not rush to the polls. >> turnout is light. >> we are focused like a laser beam seven weekk from now. >> candidates look ahead as the votes are still being counted.3 the winnerssand looers on primary eleetion night in maryland. >> we're tracking two hurricanes in the atlantic. wwo could see the impact of aa3 categooy 2, and wwen it may hit >> live in high definition, from wbff tv in baltimore, this is fox 45 news "late edition". >> and welccme back. i am jeff barnd..3 >> and i am jennifer gilbert. we continue our vote 2010 ú%verage tonight. one of the big races we are folllwing, the race for state's attorney in the city off3 baltimore. here is a look at the numbers. paaricia jessamy gettingy, 49 percent of the vote. beenstein at 47 percent. again these early numbers, with only 3 percent of the precincts reporting. now patricia jessamy has been the state's attorney for 15 years now. %-south bbltimore, where patrica jessamy has
using pubbic transportation to get the through textt joel d smmth is live at the program kiccoff that educators are opeful will improve joel, i'm iiterested in hearing %->> repooter: been 40,000 transportation to school. there's a problem with attendance and a lot of them don't like to take the bus. maybe the bus is late and who knows. now they're puttinggthe control3 on the palm of thinkkr haads. you're gging to be text 30802 and ride nd then go to hh service and tell them what the problem is witt the ride and maybe improve ii. we are told why this is a good iiea. ú%od morning. %->> repprter: why do you think thhs might work. >> the central maryland transportationnllne, ssarttd look at wwat we could do to work of transportation and get people involved to take ownership of3 the transportation itself. we par started putting that prom together and we were approached with a numberrof organizations transportation is an issue of getting the kids to school on time, can you merge the programs -ogether. >> reporter: is it too full or they don't like o be on the bus. >> the bus is
peoole in our ugitive the news feature sectionnes in >>> ell us how you are fighttng back. let us know what you are doing to try to clean up the streets where you live. giveeus a call at this number on the screen. >>> how are the roads looking liie going in the lengthy holidaa weekenn. lauren has the traffic edge report. >> hi jeff. ffr those traveling to the beach this labor day weekend there are no probbems to report at the chesapeakkebay bridge but we -úhave a lot of problemsson our mainnline close to balttmore. disabled car on the northbound lanes of 95 at 6 navy and big delay on 95 as you make your way into harpee county checking in and live look at jaffa road. the northbound anes are really going to ad crash at mountain road. % travel to the tunnel l and 8 95 and we are dealing with a disabled car along the south bound lanes there at the foot mcheery unnel. west side of the belt way laccing at 45 miles er hour here at liberty% roadd ut we are dealing with and as kahn see moving along okay. that will not be the of the belt way. we arep side dealing with disabled car.
deaddand the gunman killing himself. -> the ordeal played out overr3 several hours, joy lepola takes us through step by step, what happened. >> all start runninn,,and they %-the 8th floor.g happened on >> a guuman creates panic. inside of one of the most prominent hospitals in the nation.ú as he shhots a doctor inside johns hopkiis. >> he said that there was a guy ú% a rampage running around the hospitallwith a gun. >> outside of the hospital, officers quickly cordoned off streets. >> need thhm on the other side. >> police helicopter ccrcles the scene. as johns hopkins goes inno lockdown, workers find themselves trapped and told to find a safe place to hidd. >> they are all locked in the apparently everybody is locked down. they cannot move. >> my area is well secured. so i sat for an hour. >> what was running through your head. >> he could try to get in. i was actually kind of scared. fbi agents, wait o time to get into position. >> he is isslatee or one floor of the hospital. %-building is evacuated. of the >> on the eighth floor of hopkins nelson building where police are focusin
moves north it will ccntinue to bring us the chance for rain. as we go through the night tonighttinto tomorrow. then this is going to turn into a low pressure, and follow that. so two areas of low pressure3 riding the trough along the mid-atlantic giving s heavy rain. flash flood watches through tonight into tomorrow. as we have the potential for heevy rainfall. how much? we are talking about anywhere from about two to 5 inches potentially cross the area. depending on where you are. some folks getting heavier amounts thannothers. right now the bulls eye looks carroll, howard, dc, annapolis. so it looks like it will give us heavy rainfall. ú% can get flooding conditions across the region. i will have more details about %->> thankkyou, vytas. a bit. >> with 6 inches of rain expected in some places, crews in baltimore ccty re busy cleaning storm drains to keep things from flooding. >> keithhdaniels is live in north baltimore withhword on how residents can help to get this job done. keith? >>well, jeff and jennifer, city crews have been busy clearing storm drains like this onn. in fac
here. with that purple, a lot of people excited. flacco showed us the kind of quarterback that he could be. and silenced critics who thought -e wasn't man enough for thaa -ob. as e heaa to pit bbr pittsburge and anyone waats to comeeand join us, we're at the panera in towsonment. towson. >> i can't wait to hear what people have to say about that win. >> reporter: sure. >>> from the wall to the city mayor stephanie rawlings blake and carter are putting on theirú shoes to wwlk. making good lifestyle choices, like eating right and exercising ofttn. they will be able to take advantage of ffee screenings,ú demonstrations nd education programs. >>> stay tunee to fox 45 morning news for continuing coverage of thii story. rawlings-bbake aboutthealthynie3 city's day initiative that is coming up in our 7:00 hour. >>> coming up on the early edition, doctors experimenting with a new breast cancer treatment. >>> we areetreating the cancer from the inside out..3 p>> the therapy combining radiation and surgery in a single visit. %-up frommthe eastern seaboard % ú%e south, to the north and we als
. >> reporter: a defiant jones refuses to back down. >> something is wrong. it is possibly time for us ii a new way to staad up toofight terrorism. >> reporter: a central florida imam whhse religion pastor jones believes is of the devil is pllading forra cancellltion offthe event. >> we believe that he can exprees his feelings in a more ciiilized way if a dialogue and i'm sure that the world would listen to his point of view. >> it doesn't in anyway represent america or americans or american government r american religious pooiticaa leadership. >> reporter: even german chancellor is voicing opposition. >> i ind it in a few wordd only simmly disrespectful and simply wrong. leaders from the u.s. and beyond react the tension is palpable. >> it's a very small group but the perception vieeed outside is big and it is very, very big. >> reporter: the state embassiesed worldwide to assess saturday's event.eaa of it's not clear how manyúembassia review but americans in algeriaú have already been alerted. >>> with the november elections just around the corner tthefight over slots in anne arundel c
of that is dissipating with high pressure but still bringing us dry air in place. a lot of showers breaking apart. a southerly flow and a bit of a stronger wind, means a coassal flood advisory for the west side of the chesapeaae bay. there's minor looding possible there. with the fire weathhr watch, easily igniting anything that you -- don't drop a match or anything out there,,because all oo the dry air and the winds will be picking uu. 88 degrees for theehigh will be a warm one and breezy with the winds gusting uu to %-30. miles per hour gusting to now heee is lauren cookeewith3 the traffic edge. >> reporter: good morning, %-good morning. while we start the day out with trouble in you on ward county. we'ree-- howard county, we're dg with an accident at executive park drive. it look like a driver hit a -uarddail avoid hitting a deer. nootrouble taking a live look at to be moving at the inner and outer loop right. all traveling through thh tunnels from theport mchenry tunnel to the beltway, an 8-minute drive wwth an average speed o of 55 miles per hhur. that's the traffic edge report. patricee b
he wants. it claims llopold would use binoculars tt spot attractive women and ask police to run theei plates. >> the lawsuut also claims that leopold used fear and intimidation to keep employees quiet. the county's attorney says the claims have no merits and are iiresponsible. >>> two cars accused oo taking part in a botched abortion are unable to practice in maryland this morning. hearingg were held yesterday for dr. ggerge shepherd and nicola3 riley. their licenses were suspended after a botthed abortion. a 3rd doctor involved in the case never had a license to ú%actice in maryland in the first place. they have ordered to seize all operations. >> e know now that he was committing abortionn going all %-year, perhaps earlier andthis storing the remaiis of the aborted babies up to 35 weeks in a freezer. isn't that nice??3 this is depllrable and nobody even knew about it. later this moreeto the tww doctors were suspended. ú%from the board of physiciansns yesterday. the doctor whoohhd officed in ann arundellcounty is accusee of seeeral medical violations during an abortion. thattproce
>>> welcome back to fox 45 morning newss i'm patrice harris. let us know what is on your mind and your ressonse coull air in our faceeook feedback egment. just go to fce fan aad join the conversation. >>> let head into our weekend forecast as we head into our home game weekend. >>> ravens are openiig at ome and at thht time it will be very comfortable and very nice.ú in the meantime we will be ú% will be close. we have fog to deal with this as we haae moisture in place and that contributes to the there, be aware that could be reduced visibility in spots. 72 in baltimore and 68 in salisbury, and 78 hagerstown. we averageearound 70 across the ssate and not seeing a whole lot innthe way of rain, certaiiny. that is not in fact in our forecast today. most of that stays well o he north and out of our way. aa we climb to 87 eggres, it's we will get he fog and ennoy -lenty of sunshine. mostly cleer still after getting to the hiih of 93 degrees. we will see if we can get to the record of 95 later. what is happening on the roadways right now? cooke who has a check on the lauree
,000 a year. the other 2% for those making $600,000, a million that costs really costs us $70 billion dollars a year. convincing the senate, let alone business leaders in this room, could prove to be a challenge that now is the time for the government to tax more, not less, on the wealthy. the 1% of americans that are the high income you could argue that they could share a little bit more of their wealth, but when you get into taxing businesses that are set up as individuals, that deters growth. it's a very tricky situation and one that requires leadership, it's not politics, it's leadership. " raising taxes on wealthy individuals which is where a lot of the investment and entreprenerial innovation comes from so i don't necessarily agree with all his views but i like him as a senator." the senator says he hopes a vote happens in september on the jobs bill that could help get loans to small businesses.on another topic he says while social security is safe for the next 27 years the deficit commission wants to find a way to add on another 75 years to make social security avaiable. as disappoin
reid joins us now. how much rain is on the way for this aaea, vytas? >> we started out with rain and it was from the other dayyas weel. and we have a saturated ground from the previous rainfall. -n fact, looking at the totals over the last 48 hours. anywhere from n inch o about a quarter of an inch, to some areas, 2 and 3 quarters of an inch or ore. quarterrack in western maryland. activity from the other day. but more rain on the way. building out of the souuh..3 we have breaks in the clluds earlier today. sunshine, but down to the south, keeping an eye as we sse another system mmving along -- frontal boundary riding off the coast. but watching down off the south3 there is another system that is forming. tropical depression. wrapping in the moisture, intoú that front. -nd it will make he way p toward balttmore. afternoon, and into wednesday night to thursday. thursday being the main day to get activity from. this we're talking about how much rainfall we can get from the tropical depression. maybe a tropical storm, over the atlantic and over baltimore. an additional two to
pointing fingers. plus, gold continues to shine. but investors beware in using the precious metal as a safe haven. and how to plan for retirement without social security. those stories and more on today's first business. you're watching first business: financial news, analysis and today's investment ideas. good morning everyone, thanks for joining us. it's thursday, september 9th. and stocks are trying to make it back into positive territory for 2010. but it's definitely been a struggle. and there's really a tug-of-war between the bulls and bears angie. and beejal, on thin trading volumes. we just got through the labor day holiday. people just getting back to work, and today is rosh hashanah. so happy new year. but again like a holiday on the trading floors. exactly angie. in the meantime, the debate over extending the bush tax cuts will start to heat up pretty soon. the president says america cannot afford to extend those tax cuts for the wealthiest americans. gold recently closed at a record $1,259 an ounce. the price of the precious metal has had a stellar performance this year
's investment ideas good morning and thank you for joining us it's wednesday september 8th. gold is reaching record highs and believe it or not some are saying it's not because investors are nervous again. we will find out more coming up later. we'll have that story and we want to mention the final numbers from the box office are in and it looks the film industry made about 4.35 billion dollars, but guess what? you paid more for those tickets. and sales were up by about 2% from last year so that wasn't that bad. ticket prices are going up year after year. bp says it will issue the results of its own internal investigation into the oil spill in the gulf of mexico. the big question is how much blame will bp actually take for its role in the disaster and how much of the blame will they try to throw on other people like trans ocean and halliburton. today, the president heads to cleveland, ohio - to unveil yet another plan to boost job creation. in a speech, mr. obama is expected to introduce a 200 billion dollar tax cut - to give companies an incentive to buy new computers and other equipment.co
eettfrom a tree stand. he was not using a safety harness. this is the sscond fatal tree hunting accident sincc bow >>> 30 years old green party candidate n atasha pettigrew she was riding her bike hen she was hit. the woman responsible thouuht she had hit a deer or a dog. she told investigators she the time. once she got home, she found pettigrew's bike still lodged underneath her suv and that is when she called police. >> i'm empty and lost. thing. iimade he decisson not to resucitate when her heart failed. she would want to have lived in a vegetative state. >> a spokesperson for marylann's green parry released this statement.ú as a party we have never experienced the loss like this. we all look forward to wwrking with natashaafor years to come. so ffr no charges have been filed gainst the driver. ú%> a second suspect heads to trial accused of taking part in a muuder for hire plot..3 charged with first-degree murder anddconspiracy in death of william porterment he is one of six people who planned porter's porrer was hot in march as he opened his gas station in towson. jails coil w
, tte judge ruled that that dna evidence could be used in the trial and it could play a key rolled in evidence evidencee trial continues. charles mcganey, gary collins, and jerome williams robbed nd killed harris outside of a azz club. thh dna evidence in the case came from a match found on the scene seen in the surveillaace viddo n tteepocket of one of the defendants. they say that the they are ready for the trial to begin. >> it's devastated the whole family. i never really understood what a murrer -- someone being murdered in someone's family went through. now i do. >> the jury is already seatedd3 for the case prepared foo aú trial that could take more than a month to fibbe finish. -n that time we will learn more about the dna evidence and more about the woman inside of ken harris' car on the night of the murder. stay with uu for the latest n this murder trral. live from the mitchell courthouse, doontown this morning. megan gilliland. fox 45 early edition. >>> investigators believe that a domestic dispute possibly leddto %-police found the couple shot o death on saturdaa ni
going away. ú% ttank you joel,. >>> we want to hear how you you're fighting back against crime. tell us what you're doing in your community to help clean up the streets. give us a call at (410)662-2416. >>> with the week to go before electiin day heecandidatt for baltimore state attorney came out swingingglast niggt. the university of baatimore law school hosted a ddbate drew heated responses froo candidate. ggegg bernstein. duriig her 15 years, jessamm has failed to prosecute violent offenders. jessamy fired back saying that the baltimore has the higgest conviction in under her watch. >> as a result of strategiess thaa were put together we have categorres when it comes to juvenile crime. >> i don'ttthink anyone sittingú in this room can say that -jvenile crrel issany better than it was 15 years ago. in fact, it's worse. >> oth candidates claim they have what it takes to win next weekks primary. stty tuned for fox 45 morning news for more election coverage. we wiil talk with baltimore county executive kevin kamenetz aaout hii campaign..3 that iss oming up in the 6:00 hour. >>> you ca
, but officials are still warning that it coold trigger evacuations in the u.s. ú%cause of severe flooding. stay with fox 45 morning news ffr contiiuing coverage of hurricane earl. we will bring you the latest on earl's ttack in all of our news tracks. -e will have reports from ocean cityystarting tonight on fox 45 news aa 10:00. >>> an anne arundel county is on alert after police say a masked3 man sexually assaulted an 83-year-old woman.3 the suspect broke into the woman's homeein country club estates in glen burnie and attacked her. he then fled on foot but not before fleedinggwhat is believed to be the victim's coat in a neighborrs backyard. ittfrom underneath of her. maybe he was afraid thereewas evidence on it. >> police are looking for a white man in his early 200. he is described as having a large build. in the meaatime, they have alss stepped up atrols in the community. >>> a woman is accused of sexually abusing an 8 years old wooann several sex assault charges along with possessiin of child pornography. thh mother turned her into the deputy sheriff deputiessafter finding a pornographic
sensitive way possible. christine o'donnell canceled on us and another sunday show and her campaign citing exhaustion, saying it's overbooking. now you probably know of a day floating around of her in 1999 saying she dabbled in witchcraft. i mean, that's not going to help either of those, is it? >> well, look, if you say that things like not paying your federal income tax and getting slapped with a lien is unfactual, you're taking of the perspective, i'm going to ignore these. that is a legitimate campaign strategy. it depends on getting -- you know, depending on this wave of animosity toward president obama to get elected. i frankly think she made a smart decision not getting on the sunday shows this week. she shouldn't have accepted in the first place. she needs to talk to the people of delaware. it's delaware voters. it's not conservatives around the country is going to determine the outcome of this election. it will be delaware voters who determine it. there is as i say, resistance. when this woman wins a stunning upset. incidently, i didn't predict she wouldn't win. she won a stunning
us no readings. >>well, tonight iivestigators are still looking into the ause of the collapse. at the correr of druid hill avenue and awns streets. >> when it comes to news in your neighborhood. see it, shooo it, send it. website foxbaltimore.com and click on the see it, shoot it, send it icon. you can send pictures directly from your cell phone to pics@foxbalttmore.com. >> well todaa's gray skies brought tornado warnings to the aree. >> parrs of carroll, howard and baltimore counties all under the warnings this afternoon. nothing came offthem. thank goodness. a day of gray skies and rain. -ut ptential for flooding thisú evening. vytts reid with the latestt vytas.st. >> heavy rainfall is coming down. potential of gettiig anywhere from one too3 inches possible. in some areas, maybe more rain causing localized flooding.ú -ssued a atch through baltimore, maryland city, to indianapolis, and dc. northern virginia. with the potential for heavy rainfall that. occurred today. inch or so already fallen. some places getting as much as 2 inches on the eastern shore. but at thisstiie
>>>captiins provided by: real-time closed captioning provided by u.s. captioning company. >>> a hartford county teen 3 c1 killed crossing the street. >> how his death is impacting his family and many in the community. >>> 45 days until the governor's race rematch. >> the voters know these two guys. >> how ttis year's race account be similar, yet different from the 14 years ago. >>> beautiful weather all -pweekend long. find out if weell get more of the same for the work week coming up n my skywatch forecast. >>> the major milestone reached in the gulf oil spill cleanup. from wbff tv in baltimore,,this is fox 45 news at 10:00. >>> heelo. i'm jennifer gilbert. >>> a teenager is killed while trying o cross he street. myranda stephens has more on on his family and the s having community. >> always made everybody smile. >>reporter: joe s grieving the loss of his oldest son, who just last month told his dadd how much he loved him in a video for his birthday. >> if it wasn't for you, me and my brothers probably wouldn't be half as strong as we are now. >>reporter: he was
. >> trruble inside of johns hopkins hospital. >> 11:18 we got a page, shooter incident, it gave us the location and it said stay in your office. don't leave. >> there is a gunman, the hospital is in lockdown. >> go that way. >> the shootingghappened on the 8th floor. >> right now they say that he is locked in one of the rooms. >> some people are able to get ú%t. >> i thought it was a fire drill. >> others are stuck inside with the doors locked. >> this is crazy. i have to say. >> one talks toous by phone office.ú >> numerous unmarked police cars. i don't know, 20. friendsson eight. >> i cannot imagine how they are hopefully they evacuated the unit. >> with locks around the hospital barricaded by police. routine blood deliver is he wheeled ii a side entrance. >> we had to wait in the office. justtwait until the police told them that it was okay. we could come out that door. >> finally, there is word. >> i think, it is dooe. >> athleen cairns, fox 45 news "late edition". when it was discovered that gunman, paul pardus was dead by a self inflicted gunshot wound after he had also sh
of 11 percent say yes. 90 percent say no. surf ii going to be too rough. i will stay home and use my own -ool. >> but gus writee on ourú website..3 i don't need to change my plans, i am going west..3 >> another big story toddy. hhstage situation at the discovery channel building. in silver spring. jennifer davis reporttspolice shot down the gunman and all the hostagessmade it out safely. >> with an angry gunman taking hostagee police evacuate 1900 employees from insiie of the discovery chhnnel headquaaters in silver spring maryland. roughly four hours later, police and swat eaa officers shoot suspect james j lee,,a mannwith a long history being angry over discovery's environmental programming. >>>our tacticaa units moved in, they shot the suspect. the ssspect is deceased. >> there ere frightening moments as the drama unfolded. evacuateing 100 children ffom a day care ccntee. >> witnesses told pooice lee was armed and wearrng what look like ú%tallic can nissters died tote body whee he entered. they watched him on close ccrcuit tv. he took three people as alllunharmed in thh end. >> we
us deep in the hole. it will be a long bat to get out of that deep of a recession. so we've had positive private sector job growth -- >> chris: i'll get to that. >> i don't think the unemployment rate will be coming down significantly anytime in the near future. >> it's now 9.6%. end of this year? >> look, i try to stay out of the forecasting games other than our official forecast. it's clear that the labor market is significantly weakened. has been for some time. we have to do everything we can to try to create jobs and get people back to work. >> chris: could it be 10% by the end of the year? >> as i say, i'm not going to speculate. we have official forecasts and we'll release them when they come out. we need to -- >> chris: you don't expect it to go down appreciably -- >> i don't expect it to go down appreciably. our forecast and other forecasts say the same thing. >> chris: you predicted the economy, g.d.p. would be 3% growth this year. in the second quarter it already dropped to 1.6%. what is your forecast now for the second half of this year? >> the forecast comes out and
throughout theecity, not just throughout the maal. these are street--evel crimmnals. they are using weapons nd people are doing what they should do. if somebody comes up to you with a gun, you should give them what they nned. don't escalate the situation. identified suspects in some of the robberies. mall management released a statement late thii aaternoon saying they have added more seeurity officers here at the mall and they are increasing patrols in order to keep shoppers safe. we'rr liveein west baltimore,@ myranda stephens, fox 54 news at 5:30. >> thank yoo, miranda.3 >>> city police are investigating a shooting in northeast baltimooe. investigators were called to bel air road just before 2:00 this morning. they found one man shot in thh neck and torso. - second was shot in the tpeupbger. >>> police are looking forra %-edgewooo.attacced a woman in police say this man was in a ca3 withha female driver. the driver asked the victim if she wanted a ride. police say once the victim ggt3 in, the man robbed and tased her. the victim maaaged to escape, was treated and later released. if you h
he clouds are, 20-foot tops. storm?ú%terms of severe weathhrs bringing us a lot of rain first of all letts show how much rain. i want to show that, too. because the rain is falling the heaviest to the south, almost twooinches further outh to virginia but moving ttwardú baltimore. we are going to add to those ú%anninch of rain a lot less. of anddbut we will be adding througg he day, you can be moisture so the way. take a look at on thh south, alú throuuh the carrlinas, it'' going to continne to stream up3 out of thaa wayy ú%%-as emmly was saying as muchs 3-5 inches of rain it looksslike in the afternoon as indicated in our prrdicted rainfall model. we will ontinue to ee the rain falling heavy indicated y the you see by 5:00 you see it move back. %-up and it makes it for moreing unstable air. the rain continues to be concenttateddtoward the east and overnight period tonight and it low pressure coming up theniigg ccast. there's a stationary boundary off the eesttrn ssaboard and allowing the low travel up and -- it's also going to help allow ú%pport it with upper level winds th
to e muscular dystrophy. >> i like coming to wwrk especially this week. everybody greets us warmly with a smile and thanks for what you're doing out there. >> last year thh ccty and counny %-$188,000.ments raised ú%th those of other viewers like you helped to make this year mda jerry lewis telethon a big success. >> people in the baltimore regionnhelped raise more than a million dollars for jerry's kids ooer the labor day holidaa. nationally the telethon brought in nearll $59 million that s slightly less than the $60 million americans donated last year and the recood $655million in contributions that were made in 2008. lewis says he is impressed by the nntion's ability to give even when people are struggling financially. >>> coming up on in the earry edition.3 the city spends tees of thousands f dollars each month to lease one building. >> it's been a great deal for whoever is getting he lease ppymentssbut not so much for taxpayers. >>> the other thing that baltimore has to pay for that expensive. >>> a stunning day on the bay. %-it ill make for a warm one. we have breezy cond
to disabled customers who are unable to use the metro bus. >>> 50 firefighters rom three counties were called to the the natiooallhistoric park near point of rock.ú ú%ews worry, the dry, wwndy conditions to cause the fire to spread. the fire probably tarted near the c&o canal. northern california. - natural gas line ruptured in a neighborhood in san bruno last -ight. flames shot into tte sky, the this mornnng.nny 50% contained and the situation is so bad, ccews still don't have an estimate of the number of people -p>> i thought i aw someehing a little bit black, but i'm noo 100% certain and thennthe side. and it was -- it was a big so there was -- ittwas like an ú%rthquake, and a lot of rattling and the noise was phenomenal. ittwas so loudd and it just kept ssaking, probably a good 10 minutes. and then there was the big fireball right down here. >> firefighters don't think they will bb able to start searching for victims until sometime thhs afterroon. >>> a federal judge declares the %-unconstitutional.n on openly the judge says the ban violatts first amendment rights and will issue an i
's list adult services category used to be full of ads promoting prostitution and child-sex trafficking, accorddng o police. it wasn't untii several staaes began demandiig changee ttat craig's list complied. >> i think it took some real leverage. >>reporter: today on craig's list the adult-servvces section simply statedd"sensored" and you can no longer click on to open the ads. a victory for paw enforcement and several organizations. >> it sounds like it ii going to be a more permanent change. we'll see. the other thing to consider, of course, is whether or nottthose kinds of advertisements will just go ii to the personal section. that's the thing we'll be looking for next, i would assume. >> as long as theirrcustomers who aae willing to purchase the services and benefit from the exploitation of people who are vulnerable, there is going to be -- there are going to be people who are going to make a that cattgory pulled all ttgether. he could not bee reached ffr comment todaa, but >> on wednesday, the 43-year % old james lee entered the discovery ccannel building and took three hosta
. break to say leep are allowed. field so hey sleep in tents in the outfield. >> me aad my dad used to have the guiiness book, when i as a kid and stuff. so always been familiar with ii. nice to be in there. i always wanted to breaa a word. >> out here playing ball and it came up. >> group needs to playyuntil 1 .m. on wednesday to break the record. >> after the ravens beat the browns yesterday, it waa the most asked question of all. how is ray rice's knee. we have information on that this evening t might not be as bad as was feared. rice injured the knee in the forth quarter against the browns and left the game. not to returr. he underwent an mri today. and the results have the ravens feeling uubeat. no damage whatsoever to tte ligaments or cartilage. and basically a bad bruise. >> we have the mri back. i am sure it is a significant contusion. so just have to see how he fairs thrrughout the week. %-leron can run the ball.again, palmly you have not seen much. but if he gets a chance to run the bbll. he can do it. so we like that situation. >> we have two great backs coming to the s
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